In a recent interview on Sound Opinions, the LCD Soundsystem singer-songwriter and producer shared his plans for the NYC subway system. Murphy has been fighting for 14 years — and counting! — to "make all the subway turnstiles make music." He explains, "I want to make every station in New York have a different set of dominant keys so that people who grow up will later on in life might hear a piece of music and be like, 'Wow! That's like Union Square!'"
Murphy was hoping that Mayor Bloomberg would lend him support but had difficulty getting through. Maybe, he'll find a friend in Mayor de Blasio. After all, as Murphy puts it, "it's such a brutal city, and I love it, but I think one little gift of kindness would be really nice." We're just left wondering what the music at the Times Square station will sound like. (NME)